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Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
City/State: Annapolis, Md.
High School: McDonogh


Career Statistics

2019 (Stats): Tabbed to Inside Lacrosse's Media All-America second team ... Tewaaraton Award nominee ... Named to the IWLCA All-South Region and All-ACC first teams ... Topped the 500-draw control mark for her career in her final collegiate contest, winning a program record 20 draws ... Team leader in the category, with her 150 draw controls breaking her own program season record ... Tied for first on the squad in assists (23) and ranked second in goals (59) and points (82), turning in career highs in all three statistical categories ... Finished the spring with 12 hat tricks and  multiple tallies in all but one contest ... Also racked up 24 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers as a senior ... ACC All-Tournament Team selection after totaling 10 goals and 16 draw controls in two contests ... Matched her career high with a six-goal performance - including the game winner - in Duke's ACC quarterfinal victory over sixth-ranked Notre Dame (4/24) ... Picked up a career-best five ground balls at East Carolina (4/9) ... Tallied six goals against No. 4 Syracuse (3/30) ... Also added 10 draw controls against the Orange ... Reached the 100-goal milestone at Campbell (3/26) ... Registered 14 draw controls and added two tallies in an overtime win at Louisville (3/10) ... Reached the 400-draw control mark for her career at Elon (3/3) ... Scored two of her three goals during Duke's late rally to defeat No. 23 Virginia Tech in overtime (2/23) ... Notched a career-best nine points on five goals and four assists at No. 7 Northwestern (2/17) ... Surpassed the 100-point mark for her career in a season-opening win over Villanova (2/9).

2018 (Stats): Second team IWLCA All-South Region and All-ACC selection at attack ... Also named to Inside Lacrosse's 2018 Media All-America first team and the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... Led the Blue Devils and surpassed her own program single season record with 149 draw controls ... That total topped the ACC and ranked third nationally for the season ... Ranked second on the Duke squad in goals (31) and third in points (44) ... Also notched 13 assists, nine ground balls, nine caused turnovers and five free position goals ... Posted six hat tricks and three multiple assist games ... Matched her career high with four goals at No. 5 North Carolina (4/21) ... Tabbed the Brine/US Lacrosse Player of the Week April 2 following a four-goal, seven-draw control performance in a win at No. 11 Syracuse (3/31) ... Collected a career-best 15 draw controls in an ACC victory over Louisville (3/10) ... Also added a hat trick, three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Cardinals ...  Became Duke's all-time career draw controls leader against Boston University, surpassing Emma Hamm (265) for the top spot in program history ... Collected 12 draw controls against No. 25 Virginia Tech (2/24) and Campbell (2/16) ... Earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2017 (Stats): Duke’s leader in the circle for the second straight year with 103 draw controls … Ranked third in the ACC and 10th nationally for the season with 6.06 draw controls per game … Also ranked among the Division I active career leaders in the category with 213 draws in two seasons … Recorded 20 goals, eight assists, 15 ground balls and three caused turnovers in the Blue Devils’ 17 contests … Had two hat tricks, including a career-best four-goal outing against No. 9 Notre Dame (2/26) … Added three assists against the Irish for a career-high seven points … Reached double digits in the draw controls category three times, including a pair of 11-draw performances against No. 12 Stanford (2/18) and Presbyterian (4/17) … Also had 10 draw controls at Louisville (3/11) … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2016 (Stats): Started 19 of 20 contests as a rookie … Spearheaded Duke’s effort at the draw, leading the team in all but three contests to earn All-Rookie Team honors from IL Women … Surpassed Emma Hamm (’12) for the most draw controls recorded by a Blue Devil in a season with 110 … The 110 draws put her 11th on the program’s all-time career list as only a freshman … Ranked third in the ACC and eighth nationally in draw controls per game (5.50) for the season … Also totaled 18 goals, seven assists, 15 ground balls and two caused turnovers during her rookie campaign … Recorded two hat tricks, including in her collegiate debut against Campbell (2/4) … Dished multiple assists in wins over Navy (2/12) and Virginia (4/28) … Won a season-high 13 draw controls against the Mids, helping the Blue Devils total 23 draws for the program’s most since winning 24 against Richmond in 2011 … Reached double digits in draws against No. 3 North Carolina (4/23) and Loyola (5/13) … Selected to the ACC All-Tournament Team after helping Duke control the draw in two contests with 12 combined draw controls … Also led all scorers in the semifinal contest against the Tar Heels with three goals. 

Prior to Duke: US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American at McDonogh [Md.] … Named to IL Women’s All-High School Team and the All-USA Girls Lacrosse First Team … As a senior, selected to the North vs. South All-Star Game as one of the top 44 players in the country … Tabbed the 2015 Varsity Sports Network Player of the Year … Ranked the No. 9 senior in the country by IL Women … Guided her squad to a 21-0 ledger her final year and four straight conference titles … Led the team in draw controls (98) and goals (54) as a senior while concluding her career with 102 goals, 24 assists and 245 draw controls … All-metro and all-conference pick as a junior and senior … Tabbed to the 2014 Under Armour Team for the Baltimore region as well as the 2014 Under Armour All-Tournament Team … Tabbed the top midfielder at Nike’s The Ride her sophomore year … Member of the Maryland United club team … Also lettered four years in soccer and one year in indoor track and field … Helped the soccer team capture three league titles while serving as a captain her senior year … Three-year member of the Honor Roll.

Personal: Born Olivia Cummings Jenner Nov. 14, 1996 in Boston, Mass. … Daughter of Susan Cummings and Kris Jenner … Has one sister (Maddie) and one brother (Kristopher) ... Sister is a freshman on the Duke women's lacrosse team ... Mother (’81) played club lacrosse at Duke … Father was a quarterback on the Illinois football team (1980-84) … Cousin, William Jenner, participates in rugby at Princeton. 

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